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Poster: jerlouvis Date: May 18, 2011 9:26pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: No Love? 1984-03-31

I really like Morning Dew,but I find that it lets me down most of the time,they tend to hack it up either vocally or musically or both.I looked through my notes and didn't find an extraordinary version from 72',but I did like a few of the versions you mentioned and the strange,mournful 11/13 version LIA mentioned,and I must say the 10 minute jam leading to the 5/26 version is some of the bands most beautiful playing ever.I found 2 versions from 73' I thought were outstanding examples,2/28 and 9/11,and 4 from 74',2/24,3/23,6/18 and 9/10.

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Poster: Judge TOOTMO Date: May 19, 2011 6:45am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: No Love? 1984-03-31

" really like Morning Dew,but I find that it lets me down most of the time,they tend to hack it up either vocally or musically or both.I looked through my notes and didn't find an extraordinary version from 72',"

I know this is a little out of the temporal realm y'all are discussing but I can't resist plugging one of my favorite Dews
http://www.archive.org/details/gd1967-10-22.sbd.yerys.1525.shnf

It was this song that opened my ears to why some people ONLY like Primal Dead. No matter how well they played in the 80's or 90's, they never SOUNDED like 1967. And, that's something that some people just cannot abide.

TOOTMO